“…When the dawn comes up there’ll be bluebirds over the White Cliffs of Dover tomorrow, just you wait and see There’ll be love and laughter and peace ever after tomorrow when the world is free…” Continue reading “White Cliffs of Dover: WWII Symbol”
Christmas in London always brings a smile to my face. The prospect of Christmas lights being installed on Oxford and Regent Streets, the dozen or so Christmas trees doted around London, and my favourite the release of festive drinks at coffee shops. Continue reading “Christmas In London | The Best Places to Visit During Festive Season”
Canterbury was actually my first taste of freedom. This small town in the south of England full of old history and made famous by the book The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer was were I spent three years of my life at university. It wasn’t quite an escape to freedom as Canterbury is only 1 hour away by train or 1 hours 30 minutes by car from London. The cathedral city still close enough to London to make for the perfect day trip but also still far enough to get away from the hustle & bustle of a big town and out into the county dubbed the ‘Garden of England’. Continue reading “A Perfect Day Trip to Canterbury, England”
Autumn is well and truly upon us and there is only one place I wanted to be in to experience this wonderful season.
The Scottish capital of Edinburgh was different from what I imagined. I thought it would be like London, busy and modern. I was searching for autumn, for the crunchy yellow & red leaves, for crisp cold fresh air, for wild nature. Continue reading “Edinburgh, Scotland”
When the trees shed their leaves of red, yellow & orange, when the days grow colder & the nights grow longer, crisp misty mornings and cold windy nights, Summer bids goodbye & Autumn says hello. A new season begins.